First flight navigator to use on board of an aircraft.

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Aboard is the world’s first flight navigator to use on board of an aircraft. It works absolutely offline.

Use Aboard and you will know:

• where your flight is on a world map

• passed and remaining time and distance

• speed & altitude of your aircraft

• what cities and countries you are flying over




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Nicolo S@coconidodev · Founder/CEO - CryptoAnalyst.co
How does it work? Does it just estimate flight paths? 😀 Looks great!
Vivek Sancheti@evivz · Co-Founder CryptoGround.Com
@coconidodev exactly. Does it just estimates? Or uses some real data?
Oleg BorisovMaker@oleg_borisov
@coconidodev @evivz Hello guys! Of course it uses real data. We use GPS-data.
Vivek Sancheti@evivz · Co-Founder CryptoGround.Com
@coconidodev @oleg_borisov aha thats great. Will give it a try for sure then.
Alexey Krasnoslobodtsev@xe0s · IT geek
@coconidodev @evivz @oleg_borisov is it somehow connected with flightradar24?
Oleg BorisovMaker@oleg_borisov
@coconidodev @evivz @xe0s it isn't. Do you have any ideas about that?
Robert Magrino@rmagrino · Looking for the best new things
Does the paid versIon gIve more detaIl? I can get the same information from the entertainment system. What I would like is a Google Earth type view so I can see detail. I want to know which national parks I’m flying over, mountain ranges, landmarks, US Route 66, etc. basically give me a 35000 foot view.
Tom Bielecki@tombielecki · Cofounder, PrintToPeer
@rmagrino This is exactly what I want in the air. I someday want to use AR to identify what is outside of my window. This shouldn't be tremendously difficult.
Oleg BorisovMaker@oleg_borisov
@rmagrino Paid version gives you ability to watch the speed & altitude of an aircraft. Speaking of map detalization, we show objects on the map to a level of villages. So yes, you can watch national parks etc.
Robert Magrino@rmagrino · Looking for the best new things
@oleg_borisov great start, but it needs work. Maybe If you are flying from Seattle to Miami that you could download the detail for that flight.
Oleg BorisovMaker@oleg_borisov
@rmagrino Yes, maybe we'll add more detailed map and ability to download it in future versions. Thanks.
Jake Nathan@jnhookem · College Student + Entrepreneur
Definitely using this on my next flight :)
Oleg BorisovMaker@oleg_borisov
@jnhookem Don't forget to sit near a window) Wish you happy flight!
Jordy van Gent@jordyvangent · Performance + Growth Marketing
No Andriod?
Roman SilinMaker@astrochili · iOS developer, game designer
@jordyvangent At the moment not, but we’ll do it as soon as it becomes possible
Steven J. Selcuk@stevenjames · Filmmaker & Full Stack Creative & Avgeek
What does FAA think bout that?
Roman SilinMaker@astrochili · iOS developer, game designer
@stevenjames It’s an application for common people, not for pilots)